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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by 111dude Clean design, good quality, cheap price
I was looking for oak pulls to retrofit kitchen drawers that will be refinished. Most of what I found -- and didn't especially like from a design point of view -- were priced at $10 and up each. These pulls are attractively and functionally designed and at $2.99 each are an incredible buy. Handles are all nicely formed and defect free. They need only light sanding to remove sharpness from finger contact edges and to smooth end grain before staining and finishing. Handles have brass inserts on back for standard #8 MS attachment. Very nice!
March 20, 2012
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MAGfaith1 Great Detail Option for Furniture
These drawer pulls are primeable and paintable (or just stainable) and are a great option to trying to tie together a look for a piece of furniture that has drawer pulls. I used them on a natural wood colored filing cabinet and painted the drawer pullls the same accent color I have for the trim in my office. I wasn't able to find anything I liked better and so when I saw this at Home Depot, it seemed like a great option to making the cabinet look nicer inexpensively and have it go better in the room.
September 26, 2009
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Khonny49 An outstanding combination of utility and style using natural wood in stead of metal
In renovating my kitchen I used my existing cabinets but wanted those and additional cabinets and drawers to all have the same kind of drawer pulls. These handles, sprayed with clear polyurethane and placed on my white cabinets really coordinate the natural oak top and painted white legs of my farmers table and chairs! They work well as cabinet door handles or as drawer pulls! A modern look with natural wood.
June 26, 2011
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by ChristopherL Nice for a "shabby chic" project
I built an entertainment center using these pulls, and they go perfectly with the distressed look I was going for.
If you're going through more than an inch of wood, you may want to buy longer screws. Otherwise you'll need to drill a countersink hole.
April 30, 2011